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It definitely has iris but it's not lipstick kind of iris. I find one interesting thing about Green Irish Tweed is that when I spray it on my palm it reacts differently whereas when I spray it on my neck and specially on chest. IMO when it blend with your body temperature and odor it smells good.Performance wise it stays on my skin for 9 hours with 1 hour good projection and then it projects within arm length.To conclude its love or hate kind of fragrance to me and also very hyped as well because of celebrities factor. But IMHO it suits more on mature men than on youngsters. I would say give it more time it's not a mainstream fragrance for many people. At the first smell it smells really weird, but it developes into ridiculously addictive scent after! The fragrance has notes that transforms over time on my skin, from green to citrus to almost musky before it becomes an aquatic skin scent.I'm pleased with this fragrance as it produces very pretty notes over time, though the longevity could suffer as it generally becomes skin scent within 7 hours.Creed has definitely reformulated Green Irish Tweed. If you go to their official website, the fragrance notes breakdown is: Top note: Lemon, verbena from India, peppermint Middle note: Violet Leaves Base note: Florentine iris, sandalwood, ambergris Peppermint is the new note.Actually, the addition of that note changes pretty much nothing, except for a fleeting kind of minty note that burns off in about 5 minutes.
The fragrance is rich, fresh, sporty and unforgettable.It's a nice fragrance that reminds me of a wet/grassy countryside of Ireland.OVERALL RATING: 3/5 Green Irish Tweed by Creed is probably one of the most mass-appealing scent along with Aventus.As many of said, not a huge fan of the opening, but it's fresh and crisp and quite pleasing. I think this one may have been reformulated because I never recalled peppermint in the note breakdown. Hands down 10/10 NOTE: This fragrance does need to be worn in the spring and summer time.Regardless I will sniff the newer bottles to see if there is a difference and perhaps provide an update when I do! I tried wearing this in the cold and it did not perform.
Green Irish Tweed opens with top notes of iris and lemon verbena. The base notes are ambergris and Mysore sandalwood. The nose behind this fragrance is Olivier Creed Sixth Generation.